The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 22
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ftah • Upp»r De» thundqy, April ?, 1959 i II B I Vacaton Trips End For Score of Lakota Folks Laketa Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel returned home Saturday evening from a six weeks vacation in Florida. They spent three weeks in Winter Haven and two in Ft Lauderdale. While in Ft. Lauderdaln they visited %x-i(h the Rav Smiths, former La- kotans and Mrs Ida Smith. They pro haopy to report that Mrs Smith is feeling fine now , and bones to return to her home in La^-ota soon. Their children, Sue of Lanrhorne. Pa. and Joe of St. Paul. Minn., will arrivp home on Wrdnesrhv for their Easter vacation. The Schissels will meet them in Minneapolis on Wednesday. Ert Gutkenecht and John E. Sm>th returned Friday, from a •M:-dav trio to California, Washington and Canada. On the trip Mr Smith had the pleasure of v'«5tins 17 nieces and nephews. In n 1 ' thcv traveled almost 9,000 miles and report a wonderful limp. Mr and Mrs A. E. Anderson and Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton i* n tufnpd Fridav evening from New Orleans. They felt fortunate in arriving home just ahead of the , storm. Mr Anderson attended a Prudential Life Insur- meeting. Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley returned Thursday afternoon from Florida and points east. Mrs Ley had been called to Florida the first week in February due to the illness of her mother, Mrs Opal Wheeler, who is now fully ••"covered. Mrs Ley joined her there and thev snent some time m Ft. Lnuderdale and then drove to Virginia Where they staved at the Williamsburg Inn the new addition to be built on the school house and the reasons* for having another vote for additional bonds. Confirmation Dinners Mrs Idah Rippentrop entertained at Sunday dinner honoring her •laughters, Corinne and Sandra on their Confirmation; Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse and family, Mr end Mrs Alvin Rippentrop and family of Titonka, Mrs Donald Rippentrop of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Olvert Ripnentrot) of Buffalo Center, Mrs Mary Te1- kamp and Mr and Mrs Andrew Jensen of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Vincent Ellman entertained at a Confirmation dinner on Sunday, honoring their nnd toured the famous James River "Old River Houses and' Plantations," They attended the five guests present. Tamestown 300th year exposi- sort. Kenneth and Miss Paula i Apka. There were about thirty ' '''on and then drove .to Washington. D.C. where they had the rt ood fortune to be guests at the House of Congress on the day the bill was signed admitting the Territory of Hawaii into the Union as our 50th state. * P.T.A. Meeting * , The PTA met Monday night at the schoolhouse with the Hugo Melzs, J. W. Cooks, Mrs Robert Addy, Robert Beemers, and Mrs Gregory Delm as hosts. Burdelte Hoeppner, opened the meeting. Piano Puoils of Mrs Diem gave a recital. Children taking'part .... _.. were David Smidt, Becky Berg, Blomster. Assistant hostess was Party For Choir Monday night Mrs W. D. Ley. director 'of the Junior Choir of the Presbyterian church, had an Easter party for the members at her home, Mrs Robert Beemor, Mrs Vernon Smith and Mrs Herman Jutting furnished the food. 4-H Clubs Meet Lnkota Lads 4-H Club met at the home of Mark and Neil Smith. One visitor, Dickie Smith, and three Dads were present. Robert Johnson showed a mov* ie on tractor safety, Lakota Luckies 4-H Club met HertzRe, and Linda Clayton talks. - « . .. Cub Scoilts of Den tft Monday aftefnon at the hi their Den Mother, Mr Hamilton. The boyS started ihak ing our Canadian Mcfaftly outfits. Lunch was served by Mrs " ton. Tuesday night the folldwlhg Lakota men enjoyed the hfttn dinner put on by the Masonfd Lodge nt Buffalo Centet. John .E. Sfntth, A. E. Anderson, Robert Hamilton, Don Bovd, I. E. Wortrnan, Wilson Brack, Nick Behfends and Robert Friday afternoon callers at the William and Elsie Baum nbtfle were Mr and Mrs R. C, Baum of Blue Earth. / Mr and Mrs Robert Ruby en- lortnined on Sunday for their son Michael's confirmation and Kim's third birthday* Present wete Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby and Audrey. Mr and Mrs .Paul Kockler 4 nnd family, Mr and Mrs Earl Thompson and family, Mr and Mrs John Simmons of Stevens and Mr and Mrs Donald Simmons of Elmore. Mr and Mrs Jloland Kollasch and fnmilv of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs John Ukena and family were Sunday afternoon visitors with their mother, Mrs Anna Ukena. The birfhdays of Albert Bosma Sr. and Dale Beck, son of the K>nneth Becks was celebrated 'g Madonna Jenson, Cecil and Lyfe Mabus, Lucille Anderson, Mary 3unde, Arliss Wirtjcs| - Arlis Christ, and Linda Hoeppner. ' Algona. Sandra and Marilyn Rip- Mr Cook then explained about pentrop, LuRae Blomster, Donna Saturday afternoon with Lu Rae | jointly Sunday afternoon at the ni 1... __,_,.._. ,._... .„ AlHort Bosma, Sr.' home. Duane Meyer and son and his' father, Walt Meyer were Sunday afternoon callers at the William' Rev. Harlaft Kruse and John E, Smith drove to Roch&ste)?, day where th^visifea ' .Ennen dt St. MBiTS hosfatdi: Ennen had urtder'gofife lutflil a brain abcess last week an been in critical coftdlti&tf. Hi tt somewhat better at this writing; Dean Meyer, son of Mf Slid Mitf George Meyfer was admitted k 'to the Community hospital,in Slue Earth, ofi Tuesday, evgftlfif iftff underwent a appendectomy Wetf'* ncsday morning, Michael Ella* worth, Dale and Lament Junk* ormeier called on hiifr» Thursday* evening and report he is'ddinfe nicely and expects tb return home either, Sunday or Monday. Wednesday evening. Di< and Mrs H. H. Murray entertained at supper in honor of theif daughter, Mrs John LurtdqUist's birthday. Mrs W. D. Ley, Carolyn and Timmy drove to Rochester. Friday evening to visit with and help ' Helen Maminga celebrate her ijirlhday. They returned home Saturday afternoon. Mrs Jennie Dontje 'Of Webster Ik ffctjbtftt eereloir _ J| cWra$ft While : fhfifr Moth- tit recovering frofrt^fecem *H I: ',_ ; • "(j ^ ^ . • \ ><f . following yotffig r . -__ examined for iftetia. ,of St Paul's Lutheran' Sunday woffling by the Reif, jUf Meftseck^. Cafolifte (3mff.^lSeii» flith Ellltiafl, lt>aVid CtiShinafi, SiUs, Richafd Cushhiafil SachS Shd •- — y —*-•»• ii w«B «*•»* ^ Jb A«W> M* VW coftfirmid Sunday the 22na, '- **" find Mrs Arthur Gofekfe 6f 's< M^nn:; anhotiftce the eft* r _ 0 ™.^nt M their daughter. AT- liss. ta FmhK.Nllnian, son of Mr and Mft Meindert XJliman df TK tbrika, lowk. A wedding dale has not been set. " « L... ..A. i. .. 'LAMBS Two ewes owned by frwin Schirm of Norway had four and three lambs respectively. The sheep are .""the, Coluttbus Buck Variety, .It ip unusual for an ewe to have niore than two lambs. COAN'S ROTO ROOTER ^S-S^^?,* 0 W' N6 JL ol '*L S * wl > r Sa/v/c « Av*tl*t>l6.L<>callyl Carmen Cook. Kathy Peterson and Carmen Cook told about the 4-H Day in MMM*MMA*MnMMI^^ Outboard Motors Make Algona Implement your Headquarters.for the follow* ing this spring and summer: • SCOTT OUTBOARD MOTORS • WEST BEND OUTBOARDS • STAR CRAFT BOATS • BLUE STAR BOATS • CRUISE - A - BOUT BOATS • BOAT TRAILERS * Algona Implement Co " ' ' ' "COMPLETE MOTOR AND BOAT EQUIPMENT" • ' •ut <** ** „ u tuvwwvwMtvvv*M/v*nnnAAMt^^ , TEENAGERS! YOUR ATTENTION PL E A S E ! We"ve scoured the market to find the latest styles iii Wash-N- Wear Como jackets — jackets ihat look well and fit your pocketbook, loo. Here is your opportunity to dress" the .way you want io at a price you can afford.-We cordially invite you to drop in and-'look at •these styles! . ' i i ; 8 COLORS TO CHOOSE FRQM Long sleeve, three,and four button models in a variety of colors. High quality Como jackets that wear well., look right, at an unbelievably low price. iVY LEAGUE SLACKS WASH-N-WEAR Here is the slack you want. Latest style flap pocket, polished cotton Ivy League slacks in your favorite colors. Blue, Antalope, Black, Natural. - EASY CARE SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Colorama patterns and styles. New Wash-N-Wear fabrics. Select now at Diamonds low, low prices. $1.95 To $5.95 GIVE YOUR FEET A TREAT! ENGINEER BOOTS 'fit, terrific special for the man who wprfcs outdoors. Sizes $ Jo 12. ! 7.99 WORK SHOES Tough leather retan uppers- that resists acids, combined with a thick, long wearing cork sole and seamless back to 'give y.°« a rugged work shoe that will really stand the gaff. Cushioned insole. WE HAVE WORK SHOES FOR THE KIDS, TOOI MEN'S DRESS SHOES i Loafers or tips< in blacks or brow»s, Why p^y nwy?? you can give your feat a treat in quality dress ?hoe§ for much, much less when ypu shop at Piajnog4f> ^prne in tomorrow, *h»R t p«* ygur^few*.foot ior. vrai4 In *hf Swte? pw sdel ..: - '.. , PRI55 QXFOUDS FQR CHI8-PRIN $3.99 UP THE JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA! Mover home. Mrs William Meyer, will go to Austin on Tuesday whore she will nick up Walt and he will visit with them until East- rr Sunday when he will return to Austin* Mr and Mrs Laverne Edwards had as Sunday dinner guests honoring their son G£\rry on his Confirmation, his sponsors, Grandfather Edwards and Mildred of Buffalo Center, -Mr and Mrs Frank Meyers and family of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Dennis Lund and. daughter of Elmpre, Minn., Mr and .Mrs 1 Erpest Heidecker and family and Mrs Anria Hei- dcrker and Son of 'Lakota. Dr. John Lundquist attended the District Dental Meeting held at Mason City on Monday. '• ; , Mr an.d Mrs Wilson Brack, Mrs Hilmer Hanson and Mrs' J. A. Dornbush attended a Super Valii meeting and dinner at Clear Lake on Monday evening. • Mr and Mrs Herman Bosma were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Bosma Sr. hbme. Mrs- Robert Ogren and' Pa-tricia visited in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Hum 'in Buffalo ''Center from Thursday until Saturday morning. "Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstad and sons, James and Steven attended a birthday dinper at the'Clarence Macumber home in Algona, honoring Mrs Macumber, who is Mf Bierstad's sister Sunday evening. Thursday evening callers at th£ Raymond Krominga home were Mr'a'n'd Mrs Loren Wilhelmson.'of Titonka. ' " ' ' The 'Lakota Acorn Club -met' Thursday afternoon at the home of'Mrs Gertrude Gutkenecht. Barbara Beemer gave the devotions. Genevieve Hoeppner gave a book review. The ladies quartet, composed of Faith Cook, 1 Alice Mur* ray, Ella Buckels and Ruth Ley sang one number. \ Mr and Mrs Albert Rippentrop and Mrs Elizabeth Schap'er attended the funeral services held on 'Thursday afternoon -for Mrs 1 Alfred Nelson, at Wesley, Iowa Mrs Nelson, was an aunt of Mrs Rippentrop. ' . :, • •• • NOTES OF SERVICE MEN LACKLAND AFB, Tex. — Airman Kent M. Rippentrop, above, son of Mrs Bertha Rippentrop of Algona, has completed his initial course of Air Force basic military training here. He has been selected to attend the technical school for Aircraft and Missile Maintenance at Sheppard AFB, Tex / Airn-tan Rippentrop is a graduate of Titonka High-School and attended Buena, Vista College. ' .-••',-. ' —a— FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. — Army Pvt, Robert F. Hutchinson, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd H. Hutchinson, Lone Rock, completed the field communications crewman course March 19 at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Hutchinson was trained to provide units with telephone, teletype and other communication services. • He entered the'Army in Nov., 1958 :and received basic combat training at Fort Leonard Wood. The 23-year-old soldier is a 195? graduate of.kope Ropk High School. Before entering the Army, he was employed by Les Faber Company, $,lgpna, , BE SURE TO JOIN THE TO CULLEN'S BOOtti AT THE V^Df P| A VC« You'll find displays of interest to every member of the family - Mom, Dad, and the kids, too! Displays that show you how to make life easier for everyone — displays of For Tomorrow." 'Living Designed EDEC PPI7CC* Be sure to re gisfer at our booth .for many won derful free prizes to be given away during the IfiXfct liVlAiCtJ* Home Show. Everyone is welcome to participate. No strings attached, no purchase necessary, no obligation of any Kind. ' ' v iKSCAlDAA ATIftM* ^ mor> 9 our displays of such .fascinatingly new merchandise as Monarch ranges, Jungers il«rVl\lllM I IWIl* heaters, Hcmko power-mowers, and many other things will be literature of interest to any homeowner. Also, at least one factory representative will be on hand to explain new products and answer any ques- f tions you may have concerning his product, See You At The Home Show Friday, Saturday, Sunday , A FHIENPtY AIQONA STORi WH1RE YOUR PATRONA©g IS APPRiCIATiD

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